Carl Frampton 21-0 (14KOs) will take on long time rival Scott Quigg 31-0-2 (23KOs) in a unification bout for both the IBF and WBA super bantamweight titles this weekend. Below are the full card details.
Frampton from Belfast, Northern Ireland was dropped twice in the very first round vs Alejandro Gonzalez Jr in his last fight but bounced back to earn an unanimous points decision.
Meanwhile on the very same night, Quigg was passing his toughest test yet as he throttled Kiko Martinez in a 2nd round TKO victory.
The bragging rights and belts will be decided live on Sky Box Office in this mouth watering match up next weekend, but here’s a taste of what else to look forward to in the UK this Saturday night:
Gavin McDonnell 14-0-2 (4KOs) faces Jorge Sanchez 15-0 (9KOs) of Panama for the vacant WBC Silver super bantamweight title and will be looking to emulate his brother Jamie and capture a World title belt in 2016.
Isaac Lowe 11-0-1 (4KOs) challenges Marco McCullough 14-2 (9KOs) for the vacant commonwealth featherweight title.
Hosea Burton 14-0 (5KOs) fights Miles Shinkwin 12-0 (6KOs) for the vacant British light heavyweight title.
Hot prospect Ryan Burnett 12-0 (9KOs) who is trained by well respected trainer Adam Booth squares off against Anthony Settoul 21-4 (8KOs) for the vacant WBC International bantamweight strap.
Also on the card:
- Charlie Edwards 6-0 (3KOs) VS Luke Wilton 16-4-1 (7KOs) in a 10 round flyweight contest.
- Conrad Cummings 7-0-1 (3KOs) VS Victor Garcia 8-6-3 (0KOs) in a 8 round middleweight bout.
- Josh Taylor 3-0 (3KOs) VS Lyes Chaibi 14-9-2 (2KOs) in a 6 round super lightweight match up.
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